1 full size floodlit 3G pitch suitable for soccer
2 grass pitches suitable for soccer, hockey & gaelic training
Changing rooms available
Tandragee Recreation Centre offers a wide range of recreational activities for the local community. The getactiveabc team are passionate about physical activity and providing a variety of activities to challenge everyone’s ability.
Challenge yourself with a Gym session, get the your pulse racing with our activity classes, breath in the fresh air while playing on our pitches, try out a new sport in our sports hall and let the little ones run wild and explore the play area.
Planning a child’s birthday party, AHOY! Look no further than our fantastic Pirate House Bouncy castle package, let the kids have fun with their MATEYS while you relax and enjoy the celebrations. Get in touch to find out more!
A play park is located beside the Centre
Play is so important for children’s physical and mental development.
Located within the Centre
Opened 9.00am – 12.30pm
For further information please telephone 028 3884 1110 or visit facebook
Meeting rooms available
Complimentary WIFI and parking
To check availability and make a booking telephone 0288841110
The safety of our customers and team members is our number one priority.
Things are a little bit different, as we have introduced a range of safety measures and extensive cleaning protocols so you can get back to doing the things that you love.
Watch our video to find out what we are doing to keep everyone safe, well and active at Tandragee Recreation Centre.
Tandragee Recreation Centre has been designed with the aim of making sport, fitness and wellbeing easier to access for everybody.
There is 2 Blue Badge parking bays within the car park.
The entrance door opens automatically
There is level access to the reception desk
Lift for access to lower floor
Accessible changing room with toilet, sink and shower with seat
IFI rated machines in Gym
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